Xander Wildeisen

1946-1947 Hudson Parts for sale

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Hello,

Thank you very kindly. Unfortunately my father passed away. I am helping my mother with the funeral arrangements here in Germany, and will contact you when I am back in Tacoma.

I very much appreciate your patience, thank you!

Regards,

Cornelius

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Hi, sorry this took so long. My father passed away, sadly. If the trim is still available, let me know your PayPal address, and I’ll send you the money.

regards,

Cornelius

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Xander, would you happen to have the bottom grill bar centre joining clip ? 

The stainless clip that joins the the left and right side together?

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I think I do, I am in the middle of moving right now. And I know the box it would be in, and I know where that box is. And I know what would have to move, to get  that box. Timing is everything, bad timing right now. Moving cars and equipment is not fun. You will have to wait for a little bit, but I am pretty sure i have extras. Lower trim behind the bumper, center clip. What is really hard to find, are the two trim pieces, that are not smashed on the ends. 

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Thanks Xander, I’ll be waiting , good luck with your move. I also need the the strips that go down the A pillar that hold the welting / fabric in place. I need both Passenger and driver sides. Your truck looks amazing. 

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That one pictured is not mine, one I did for a customer. It has a 1949 Commodore dash in it. And it is stretched seven inches. Will dig out the box with the trim in it. When this move is finished.

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Hi everybody,I just purchased a 1940 Hudson buisines mans coupe.Having trouble finding front fenders for it.Can anyone tell me what years will interchange?Thanks/

 

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I have never owned a 1940. Do not know what slight differences there are between the 40/41. 42 Had the flare on the bottom of the door covering the running board, that carries over onto the fender. You can take passenger car fenders and fill it the back to use them on a truck. I am guessing a 1940 might be the only direct bolt on replacement fender. And maybe a 41 with a little work? Not sure if the cowl area is the same on a 40 and a 41.

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I have been looking for hood trim minus the hood ornament and a new piece of plastic for the dash that covers the clock. Also my 1947 hudson super eight is missing the exhaust and gas tank, if you had any information about that it would be a great help

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Are you needing trim for a 40? or a 47? Not sure what you need for the exhaust? Any exhaust shop in your area can build you a complete system? I use a reproduction gas tank for 54 Chevrolets. They work great in the 46-47 Hudsons.   http://www.tanksinc.com/index.cfm/page/ptype=product/product_id=114/category_id=63/mode=prod/prd114.htm

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Hi Xander, hows your move going?

This is just a reminder about the 46/47 parts we were discussing back in May. 

 

Paul 

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I Have moved to Boise, still looking for a building to lease. I can see if the parts are in a box that can be reached. 

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